Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Tigertrack, Apr 17, 2010.
How many Transformers talk in rhyme? The only two I know of are Blaster and Wheelie. Anybody else?
Grimlock doesn't do it naturally, but in the original movie when he was with wheelie, he did a little bit.
I'm still trying to find that movie so I can watch it. I'll have to pay attention to Grimlock then. thank's!
Yeah, I can remember one quote from the movie he said, "Me Grimlock say we on our way", If you would like I can pop the movie in and find out what all he says?
I know skybyte was a poem but I don't really know if he rymed or not.
He was a poet (usually writing haiku), but he didn't speak in rhyme IIRC.
As far as I recall there weren't many at all. Blaster and that annoying Wheelie we rememeber all too easy. Grimlock's rhymes were more one-time in reference to that annoying kiddy.
Sky-Byte used Haikus,
They typically don't rhyme,
Not that it's a rule.
Wasn't there a Micromaster who did too in one of the Marvel Comics?
Nice is what I though
then I recognized the joke
I give you a
Sky-Byte, the greatest
shark around. The greatest shark
in town. That is him.
I wish I could write
Some Japanese poetry.
Haiku are so cool.
Haikus are not hard
'cause they don't have to make sense
Sky-byte speaking in haiku
Should have been in Rid.
Do minicons count?
They didn't use many words
Does beep rhyme with bloop?
So it's basically Blaster and that annoying Wheelie?
Basically those two. And honestly, they'll do.
Though in normality,
They refer to the seasons,
and how they will change.
And as for Sky-byte
While not exculsively so,
he spoke some haikus.
well,there are those annoying ironhide fanboys from energon,there like wheelie in surround sound.
Like blossoms in spring
When sky-byte spoke in haiku
We remember it.
This thread is awesome
But I think we are in agreement
There are no more rhymers
No one should ever
Compare Blaster to Wheelie
One is cool, one lame.
It's funny, haiku
Began with a larger form
Called a Renga Chain.
Actually, a traditional haiku contains a kigu, a word that indicates the season. Changing seasons are not a key to traditional haiku. That theme, however, is not terribly rare due to the duality and/or contradiction that often appear(s) as well.
Not sure how often Jazz spoke in ryhme but one particular time comes to mind in the episode where Sparkplug was kidnapped and brainwashed he spoke " Into the ocean,Lets be daring, Last one in is a rusty herring". And I also recall Rumble saying something atleast once I believe it was "if on Decepticon turf you happen to tumble, look out robot here comes Rumble". Like I said not sure if these were one time occasions and currently can't recall anymore.
Well, yeah, but try saying that in haiku.
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